Hot Gimmick, Vol. 2

When high school girl Hatsumi has to go buy a pregnancy test because her popular sister Akane is late, who does she run into but her creepy bully neighbour Ryoki And now he s blackmailing her to become his slave How will mild mannered Hatsumi get out of this mess Will Hatsumi s childhood crush and male model Azusa be able to save her from Ryoki s clutches Our heroiWhen high school girl Hatsumi has to go buy a pregnancy test because her popular sister Akane is late, who does she run into but her creepy bully neighbour Ryoki And now he s blackmailing her to become his slave How will mild mannered Hatsumi get out of this mess Will Hatsumi s childhood crush and male model Azusa be able to save her from Ryoki s clutches Our heroine Hatsumi is on Cloud 9 when male model and childhood buddy Azusa asks her to be his girlfriend, but all is not as well as it seems Hatsumi still has to get out from under the creepy clutches of her master Ryoki, who insists on continuing to blackmail her In addition, on the night of her first date with Azusa, Hatsumi s dad intervenes and grounds her But that may not be the worst of it for poor Hatsumi, because something s brewing with Azusa, and her knight in shining armour may not be what he seems.
Hot Gimmick Vol When high school girl Hatsumi has to go buy a pregnancy test because her popular sister Akane is late who does she run into but her creepy bully neighbour Ryoki And now he s blackmailing her to becom

  • Title: Hot Gimmick, Vol. 2
  • Author: Miki Aihara
  • ISBN: 9781591162278
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Hot Gimmick, Vol. 2”

    1. I'm so disappointed. I really enjoyed the first book, and I had hopes for her escaping this new trying to be abusive relationship, I was like, this is gonna be a story where a guy has to save her or she saves herself!! But no, it was another book where you slowly sigh sadly at each page because of the psychical and mental abusive relationship between the main character and the rich guy. I really don't get what people see or what the author saw in such an unhealthy relationship, because it just w [...]

    2. Why am I still reading this? Why am I rating it two stars? SeriouslyAzusa? And then to still BE IN LOVE WITH HIM?No, I'm not hiding my review in spoilers. You need to know Hatsumi is an absolute idiot.

    3. Still creepy-rapey but the other plots are getting more interesting. I remember most of this stuff pretty well.

    4. Reading further into their story, I'm even more sure that Ryoki really likes Hatsumi. The problem is he is absuive because he doesn't yet know his feelings. Instead, he knows that he doesn't want anyone else around Hatsumi, he wants to protect her, but he doesn't know how to do it in any other way than barking orders and grabbing at her.I've seen in a few reviews that Hatsumi is passive. I don't quite agree with that. Yes, she is hesitant and wishes to be perceived as nice, even if she doesn't r [...]

    5. Hatsumi needs to get a backbone. She's a doormat. She just seems to allow things to happen to her. She's the most naive character I've ever seen, and right now it's mildly irritating how she allows herself to be treated so poorly, and how all of her self-worth stems from comments and gestures by men. She is a feminist's worst nightmare. She just cries all the time and wonders why bad things happen to her, without making any steps to make her situation better. On top of that, the guy we're meant [...]

    6. .is is getting entertaining. genuinely enjoyed this volume. the story is developing quicker than i expected. Azuza was right out of left field and i'm entirely uncertain what the hell is going on whilst entertained by the unpredictability biggest issue is i can barely tell the male characters apart. the males literally look exactly the same half the time. without his glasses, Ryouki looks exactly like Azuza, and both of them look like the older brother. i keep getting bloody lost trying to figur [...]

    7. Volume 1 was seeming too good to be true -- between Ryoki and Azusa, things seemed relatively cut-and-dry for Hatsumi. But with volume 2, new plot twists are beginning to turn, and it is becoming clear that nothing is as it seemed. I'm curious to see where this is all going!My little gripe: with the art style, Ryoki seems to be a shape-shifter -- between his face, his hair, his glasses -- he hasn't been able to solidify in my mind yet. Azusa is a bit better -- but just a bit. Only Hatsumi, her f [...]

    8. I read the first volume a while ago, since I found it for a dollar at a used book store, and I enjoyed the humor enough to grab the second volume. Even though the art and the funny parts of the second volume were awesome, there were some not so great parts. The main character Ryoki, is supposed to be the love interest (but it starts off as love/hate thing) but he a total creep, and apparently all of the men in this manga series are creeps, lol. However, I really like the main character, Hatsumi, [...]

    9. Wow, that was so much better than I expected. The two plot twists were really exciting and the development of the relationship is starting to be fun. I'm impressed by how the author is able to take very cliche stories/aspects and make them work realistically. I feel very shocked by how much I enjoyed this. I am going to continue on to the next volume immediately.

    10. Oh my gawd! I can't believe this son of a b!tch, Azusa. WTF?! I can't believe he's so deceiving. He used Hatsumi fot his revenge. Ugh! I wanna freaking punch him. It's a good thing that Ryouki came along with her and will protect her from Azusa and the other guys. I wonder how will it go in the next chapters

    11. These books are so creepy! Why am I reading this!? It's like a bad soap opera that I can't stop watching!Everyone is evil with ulterior motives and there's this mystery now so I have to keep reading. I just wish that Azusa & Ryoki didn't look exactly the same. It gets confusing.

    12. Retarded. This book is about a girl who is blackmailed into being her enemy's slave - who just wants to use her as a prostitute. After reading Tokyo Boys and Girls, I had hoped this book would be just as good - I was wrong.

    13. Oooh. I can already tell I'm going to be sucked into the drama of this series.So much drama! How did Aihara-san keep it all straight! ;-) Lol. This should be a bunch of fun! I'm looking forward to the next volume!

    14. Ok, originally it was Ryoki, but now i think Azusa may be the bigger D-bagis series is so rape-y and creepy but I can't put it down. So much drama and everyone is effed up and has all these secrets. It's addicting for sure. Mindless fun and I'm gonna start the next one now. 6/10.

    15. This is the kind of series I wish I didn't want to keep reading because it's uncomfortable at times. However something's kept me reading. I wouldn't buy these but the library has them so I'm keeping going for now.

    16. I don't know how I should rate this because I've forgotten everything haha idc im still going to rate it.

    17. i will now modify my review from volume one, to account for azusa's increasing prominence in the narrative.fuck both these motherfuckers. 1 star

    18. So the nice guy turns out to be evil and the real love interest is a total rapist. This girl has no good options. She should just give up now.

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